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Some say “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” If everyone just eats apples on a regular basis, would disease be wiped off the face of the Earth? Maybe. But until then, doctors everywhere are doing their best to keep the world healthy. Among these is Christopher Madden, MD. Dr. Madden is currently a Professor in the Department of...
On October 27th, the Jesuit exchange program began the 2018-2019 Italian exchange program. On this night, 12 Italian students from the Istituto Leone XIII, a coed Jesuit school in Milan, finished their long 13 hour journey with one layover in Dallas. This was not the beginning for the American side who were at Homecoming, so the Italians spent the...
For many of the Jesuit students interested in computer science, a career in the industry is a very real possibility. Unfortunately, due to the complex and often confidential nature of these jobs, much of our understanding of them is skewed. Some of the most critical areas in computer science are the most unknown and misunderstood. These careers are cool...
Tapping his foot on the floor, Brandon Vergel ‘20 quickly reviews the points in his head. About to give a TED talk to hundreds of strangers, Brandon begins to calm himself down. When the announcer calls his name, he confidently walks on the stage, and delivers an amazing speech. This scene is what students in the TED-Ed club are working...
At the beginning of this story, you have a choice. It is a choice that should be simple, but due to partisan machinations, has become near impossible to resolve. This choice has to deal with what the media has dubbed the “migrant caravan.” Your choice is how you react to these images of suffering. Do you accept the machinations...
Jesuit Dallas Debate recently kicked off the 2018-2019 season with a series of stellar performances. The Rangers dominated at various early-season national tournaments, including Grapevine, St. Marks, and New Trier. Grapevine One of the very first tournaments of debate nationwide, the annual Grapevine tournament, always boasts an array of tough teams - mostly traveling from Texas and surrounding states. This year...
Russia If you look at a map of Europe you will probably see a monstrous country that looks like it would cast a shadow on every city West of it. This is Russia.  Russia is the largest country in the world and one of the most influential in history, and for the longest time, this nation controlled what is now...
Yes. You read the title correctly. You may be thinking: How is this possible? What could they possibly have done? Quarter-zip sweaters have been added to Jesuit's dress code. And who do we have to thank? None other than Jesuit's STUCO. No longer will the student body suffer through sub-70 degree temperature without protection. Upper and underclassmen alike can now...

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